18 years ago
that a restored Fairey Battle in Belgian markings and a early WWII era
color photograph of a Brewster B-339B seem to have a dark earthish
camoflage that seems more brown than what I have been lead to believe
what shade RAF Dark Earth was and the green
seems a little brighter than RAF dark green. Did Belgium have its own
camo color regulations? I have heard that Brit purchased planes
(Hurricane/Battle) came in
RAF Dark Earth/Dark Green but I am a little suspicious that perhaps
Belgium may have purchased A/C with their own camo criteria. I don't see
Belgium repainting the birds.
I know that Italian a/c were delivered in Italian camo but they were a
rather hurried purchase I think.
Anyone with the scoop on Beligan camo regs?